Johann Gudenus, vice mayor oft the Austrian capital Vienna and deputy chairman of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ), criticized in an interview with Sputnik the anti-Russian sanctions. He blamed Washington to push the EU member states to an anti-Russian stance. „While the US goes on doing business with Russia they dictate us to impose sanctions for their benefit“, he said. Continue reading “Vienna Vice Mayor Gudenus against anti-Russian sanctions”
By Steven Sahiounie
This investigation sets forth a timeline of events leading up to the present in Libya, and examines the reasons behind the attack, overthrow and murder of Muammar Qaddafi, the late leader of Libya. According to western mainstream media propaganda, he was deposed in a popular uprising of his own people, and his brutal crackdown of those home-grown protests created the need for USA and NATO to intervene for humanitarian reasons, under “the responsibility to protect”. Continue reading “Salvaging Central Banking and the Global Monetary System: The Reasons for Qaddafi’s Overthrow”
Kevork Almassian, Geopolitical Expert and Analyst of the German Center for Eurasian Studies about the escalation in Southern Caucasus:
“Few months ago, anti-government demonstrations erupted in the Armenian capital Yerevan in protest to raising the electricity prices. The organizers of the “Electric Yerevan”-demonstrations quickly turned the social movement into anti-Russian activity. At that time, I warned my enthusiastic friends to be careful because the smell of the “color revolution” was all over the place, it was an American-EU attempt to destabilize Armenia, a vital partner to Russia.
Obviously, Turkey and the United States have an intention to trigger fire in the Caucasus and Central Asia, especially after the nuclear deal with Iran. Now the clashes erupted once again between Azerbaijan and the Nagorno Karabakh Republic whose economy is mainly dependent on the Armenian state budget, so imagine what would have been the faith of Karabakh if the “Electric Yerevan” movement succeeded to overthrow the government in Yerevan and chaos prevailed as it occurred in Ukraine?”
Dutch voters have overwhelmingly rejected a Ukraine-European Union treaty on closer political and economic ties, in a rebuke to their government and to the EU establishment. With a turnout of 32.2%, the threshold for a valid referendum was met. 61.59% of votes were Against the Approval Act.
While the German mainstream parties criticized the result of the referendum, politicians of the two German opposition parties – the sovereignist “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD) and the left wing “Die Linke” embraced the political signal of the referendum. Continue reading “German opposition parties embrace the result of the Dutch referendum”
The EU and the Turkish government have reached a controversial ‘one in, one out’ refugee deal which they claim will end the chaotic influx of migrants towards Europe. According to the deal, irregular migrants crossing from Turkey to Greece will be sent back. For every Syrian refugee returned to Turkey from Greece, one Syrian from a Turkish refugee camp –which was built to cover up the process of recruiting and training the terrorists– is to be resettled in the EU. For other nationalities, the route to Europe is entirely cut off. Continue reading “Kevork Almassian: EU-Turkey refugee deal – A dance with the Devil”
Jörg Urban, MP in the Saxonian parliament for the German sovereignist party “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD) calls for immediate lifting of anti-Russian sanctions. These sanctions are “arbitrary and useless”, said Urban. The MP accused the German mainstream parties CDU, SPD and Greens to harm with their sanctions policy towards Russia the Saxonian agribusiness. Urban demanded a “rational foreign politics” from the German government. Berlin should eventually recognize the Crimean referendum of March 2014 and the unification of the peninsula with Russia.